I read The Stranger a long time ago, but I'm sure I missed a lot. More recently I've read a bit of Kierkegaard and now I'm making my way through The Myth of Sisyphus (and am more inclined to agree with Camus than Kierkegaard). I'm hoping to find a book giving commentary or going into more detail about Camus and his existential views.
I see The Cambridge Companion to Camus but I was wondering if there were any other (or better?) suggestions.
I don't really have a formal philosophy background; mostly just familiar with Foucalt and whatever's been covered by The Partially Examined Life.